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Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP) - Queensland Time Series data release (April 2021 - November 2022)

Geoscience Australia
Kyi, D. ; Duan, J. ; Hitchman, A. ; Jiang, W. ; Simpson, J. ; Aleksovski, T.
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Geoscience Australia’s Exploring for the Future program provides precompetitive information to inform decision-making by government, community and industry on the sustainable development of Australia's mineral, energy and groundwater resources. By gathering, analysing and interpreting new and existing precompetitive geoscience data and knowledge, we are building a national picture of Australia’s geology and resource potential. This leads to a strong economy, resilient society and sustainable environment for the benefit of all Australians. This includes supporting Australia’s transition to net zero emissions, strong, sustainable resources and agriculture sectors, and economic opportunities and social benefits for Australia’s regional and remote communities. The Exploring for the Future program, which commenced in 2016, is an eight year, $225m investment by the Australian Government.

As part of Exploring for the Future (EFTF) program with contributions from the Geological Survey of Queensland, long-period magnetotelluric (MT) data for the Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP) were collected using Geoscience Australia's LEMI-424 instruments on a half-degree grid across northern and western Queensland from April 2021 to November 2022. This survey aims to map the electrical resistivity structures in the region. The processed data and 3D resistivity model have been released (https://dx.doi.org/10.26186/148633). 

This data release contains site locations and acquired time series data at each site in two formats:
1. MTH5, a hierarchical data format. The open-source MTH5 Python package (https://github.com/kujaku11/mth5) was used to convert the recorded LEMI data into MTH5 format.
2. Text file (*.TXT). This is the original format recorded by the LEMI-424 data logger.

We acknowledge the traditional landowners, private landholders and national park authorities within the survey region, without whose cooperation these data could not have been collected.

Data is available on request from clientservices@ga.gov.au - Quote eCat# 148978

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Maintenance and Update Frequency: asNeeded
Statement:
The Australian Lithospheric Architecture Magnetotelluric Project (AusLAMP) is a collaborative national survey that acquires long-period magnetotelluric (MT) data on a half-degree grid spacing across Australia. This national scale survey aims to map the electrical conductivity/resistivity structure in the crust and mantle beneath the Australian continent, which provides significant additional information about Australia’s geodynamic framework as well as valuable pre-competitive data for resource exploration.

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This survey aims to map the electrical resistivity structures in the region. These results provide additional information about the lithospheric architecture and geodynamic processes, as well as valuable precompetitive data for resource exploration in this region.

Created: 15 10 2023

Issued: 14 12 2023

Data time period: 2023-10-12 to 2023-11-30

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154,-9 154,-30 138,-30 138,-9 154,-9

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text: westlimit=138; southlimit=-30; eastlimit=154; northlimit=-9

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